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April 23, 2019

ACEC/Hawaii Reaches 2019 ACEC/PAC Goal

For the fifteenth year in a row, ACEC/Hawaii has surpassed its ACEC/PAC fundraising goal.

PAC Champion David Bills of Bills Engineering Inc., in Honolulu once again led the successful effort, along with State Executive Ginny Wright. Bills committed to the PAC at the Capitol Club level ($5,000/annum) for the tenth year in a row, and ACEC/HI has six Millennium Club ($1,000/annum) and six Congressional Club ($500/annum) members.

“We had wonderful success meeting our goal by running a silent auction at our annual EEA Awards Banquet,” said Bills. “We are able to offer a number of silent auction items, including a weekend trip to the Mauna Kea Hotel with airfare and golf at the world-famous Mauna Kea Golf Course.”

ACEC/Indiana and ACEC/Wisconsin have already reached their 2019 fundraising goal.

All states that make their 2019 ACEC/PAC fundraising target will be recognized during the ACEC Board of Directors meeting in Washington, D.C., on May 5. ACEC will also recognize Member Organizations that reached their 2018 ACEC/PAC fundraising goal in the last quarter of last year.

For more information about ACEC/PAC and ACEC’s political programs visit the ACEC/PAC website or contact ACEC Director of Political Affairs Jennifer Pugh.

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April 23, 2019



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